Teacher - Intern - Professor (TIP) Model

 

NEED:

The TIP approach grew out of a need that arose from multiple data sources. Current research on beginning teachers states that most do not remain in the field for more than 5 years. Consequently, there is a need to increase teacher retention in the classroom, especially in high-need schools. Data collected from constructed response exercises in the PDS2 grant found that student achievement was not significantly increasing for students in participating PDS2 classrooms. The TIP approach addresses both of these areas.


HOW TIP WILL HELP:

Student achievement is influenced through the benefit of a TIP group that meets bimonthly to address topics affecting teachers and teaching interns in the classroom. TIP members work together to address these identified areas in their classroom. Teaching interns are given the opportunity to work both with their classroom teacher and university professor to help strengthen their teaching experiences.

 

 

 

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TIP OVERVIEW.doc47 KB
NET-Q TIPAAR Process Chart.pdf83.95 KB